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Bernard Robinson

Founder and President

As a high-performing, results-driven, analytical person, it’s no wonder Bernard started NTS and built it into the successful company it is today. Currently, he enjoys using his leadership background to motivate, train and mentor people at all levels of expertise. Bernard gained his extensive experience at companies such as CMS/Halifax, Comtech, Inc., IBM and Xerox as both a sales manager and a marketing manager. Just some of the awards and recognition Bernard has received in recent years include Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year, the Richmond Times Dispatch Rising 25 Award and Virginia Business’ Fantastic 50 Award. Under his helm, NTS has been named a Top 100 Diversity Owned Business for multiple years and one of the Inc 500 Fastest Growing Companies.

Bernard’s HOT LIST


Knowing the future

Childhood dream job

Knew I wanted to be a millionaire

Family holidays are:

Wonderful. The major focal point in the year.

Favorite movies

Enter the Dragon 300 The Last Samurai The Princess Bride The Breakfast Club


Oatmeal with the works, ham and eggs
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Mark Brandon

Sr. Vice President of Business Operations

Mark’s main responsibility is to manage and continuously improve the many processes NTS uses to deliver services to our customers. He ensures that all of our processes are up-to-date and that the NTS team knows, understands and utilizes them to assist our clients. Mark is also in charge of operations for our Federal Business Division. He has deep knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations, Department of Defense Regulations and Federal Law. This allows him to understand, interpret and assist us to respond to RFPs, as well as guiding our team of Federal Project Managers.

Prior to coming to NTS in August 2007, Mark worked for a technologies firm in northern Virginia as a Program Manager. While there, he was responsible for the daily operations of the various field maintenance contracts. His management experience includes managing and staffing a helpdesk as well as defining helpdesk processes, policies, and procedures. He was also responsible for managing and staffing daily services, including repair scheduling, material and parts stocking, training, and cost control.


Name of pet


Ice cream flavor


Best gift

A kind word

iPhone or Droid


Childhood dream job

Lemonade stand